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protective cover of that lens. >> and the ugly. rescuing a skunk. >> a brave guy. grab it and run but i don't think i can out run that. >> the university of arkansas police officer pulling it off and frantically running away. >> "fox & friends" next. >> have a good weekend. >> bye. good morning to you and your family. it is friday, august 25th, 2016, i'm ainsley earhardt. brand new information about just how far hillary clinton went to hide those e-mails. >> they didn't just push the delete button, they had them deleted where even god can't reach it. plus, could the latest batch of deleted documents be about benghazi? >> i think they are. then donald trump fires back on hillary clinton's claim on
racism with a brand new ad. >> clinton camp hits obama, black voters, wants the change. they're defending this and this, therefore, is their strategy. >> donald trump's strategy, plus why eric trump thinks his father will be better for african-americans than hillary clinton. >> that is one of the big debates. and 17 hours after an earthquake rocked italy, a miracle rising from the rubble. >> a 10-year-old girl pulled from under the crumbled home she was standing in and she is okay. keep in mind it's friday. get dressed because your mornings are about to be better because you're with friends. ♪ ♪
who's singing? >> that is debbie gibson. taking you back. >> yes. debbie gibson is our featured performer today in the all-american summer concert series brought to you by expedia. "foolish beast" is what they're playing. in my dreams, my dreams involve ribs on the grill. >> 6:02 eastern time. >> many people are still dreaming. we're starting our jobs. >> i know. so, anyway, it's kind of the end of the summer. we'd love to see some of your pictures that you took from the summer. send them to us, friends @fox. you can e-mail them, facebook them or tweet them. >> where did the summer go? saying it's almost over? >> got a week. got another week. >> wearing tank tops, keep the sleeves. >> please don't. please don't. >> i gave up tank tops when i
hit 10. >> yeah. >> every time i miss tank tops i put in raging bull and realize how good i look. >> show me. let's talk about this, number one, yesterday was one of the busiest days in this entire election season between the e-mails of hillary clinton, the preamble for donald trump and then trey gowdy and others talking about where we're going with this e-mail investigation. >> we talked about all week how there are 15,000 more e-mails that hillary clinton did not give over to this guy. >> right. >> and we're finding what those e-mails are all about now and you have a federal judge who is ordering the state department to release those e-mails to all of us so that we can read them. they originally were going to release them in october and now the judge is saying we need them by september 13th. >> right. what is juicy about this. >> thank judicial watch, the watchdog group, because congress for years has been trying to get the e-mails.
the campaign and hillary clinton's people say, no, we're not going to give them to you. we're going to stone wall. because it goes to the court system it has to give them to judicial watch. >> this is the interesting, juicy part. some of the e-mails that were deleted were about benghazi. >> keep in mind, too, the fbi got these. the fbi had these. we're just getting exposed to these for the first time. some people say 14,900 e-mails, what else was deleted? is it possible to dig up these deleted e-mails, 30 thousand they say are deleted because they were about things like joeg ga and -- >> her daughter's wedding. >> so trey gowdy found this out about the e-mails and why no one will ever see them. watch. >> if she considered them to be personal, then we move into the facet where she and her lawyers
had those e-mails deleted, and they didn't just push the delete button, they had them deleted where even god can't reach them. >> i didn't know this existed. computer software that prevents recovery of files. how did you reach that? >> especially to destroy files about yoga and wedding plans and stuff like that because obviously her attorney knew how to get rid of the stuff because hillary herself, i don't think she quite has the hang of how it all works, as we found out last year. remember this? >> what, like a clock or something? >> i don't know. i don't know how it works. >> i don't know how it works at all. >> really? >> the other thing about this is keep in mind when she had a private server in her house at chappaqua in the basement, it was unsecured. they didn't have the super stuff
like this until congress started asking to see the e-mail and then suddenly all things became possible and things got deleted and things got -- disappeared. >> how are they able to recover? how do they know some of these e-mails are about benghazi if they used the delete button. >> they went to other people. what's interesting about the other people is huma abedene. 1/3 of all of her e-mails, hu , huma, 1/3 of them totally redacted. a piece of paper, not one word on them. what was she talking about? >> yeah. but if it's so incredible, the plot couldn't get any thicker. that's what you saw yesterday with trey gowdy. you wonder, julian assange is coming up on our show in a little bit. maybe he has something on this and maybe that is what he's --
>> he says he has a lot more to release before the election. in the meantime, donald trump and hillary clinton trading blows on the campaign trail accusing each other of being racist. >> peter doocy is live outside of trump towers with the latest. a tantalizing instagram ad, peter. >> reporter: right. the trump campaign is trying to turn accusations of raszism around by using old clips of hillary clinton in that new instagram ad. >> clinton camp hits obama, attacks painful for black voters. >> they're defending this and this, therefore, is their strategy. >> reporter: the reason the trump campaign is going there is because during in a speech in reno, nevada, yesterday hillary clinton accused her opponent of being the favorite candidates of hate groups and behaving certain ways to keep them happy. >> donald trump has built his campaign on prejudice and
paranoia. he is taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical friend take over the republican party. >> reporter: but the trump campaign believes stories of pay for play at the state department contributed to her worst speech in politics and they don't think she's proposing anything constructive instead relying on personal attacks as a distraction. >> it's the oldest play in the democratic playbook. when democratic policies fail, they are left with only this one tired argument, you're racist, you're racist, you're racist. they keep saying it. you're ricist. >> now trump campaign manager saying, quote, we're living in her head rent free. we want to keep things exactly the way they are.
conway is referring to clinton's schedule as the hillary hiding tour at a brash of public events. trump is in nevada today, iowa tomorrow. >> peter doocy who i think is from iowa. >> thank you, peter. we had a chance to sit down with donald trump's son eric and his wife laura. i specifically asked the question how is your father doing better. here's what he said. >> you mentioned them calling your dad a bigot. your dad called hillary clinton a bigot. >> she's been in government for 30 years and what have they accomplished that has helped minorities across this nation. what have they accomplished? they've done nothing. they've totally turned a blind eye to them. she doesn't go to this area, she doesn't speak to them. she doesn't go to the communities. she holds a fund-raiser for $36,000 a plate.
she's not talking to these people. she certainly wants their vote. >> what has your dad done to help the african-american community specifically? >> he hires so many people generally. my father hires so many african-americans, he hires so many latinos and hispanics. he's been the person in front. that's different if you're a politician. >> who knew? >> usually the children are buffing. chelsea's not doing it, not yet at least. >> great show? we're going to see more of this later? >> yes. we'll interview the wife and find out she's from north carolina. usc wilmington. >> i thought she went to unc wilmingt wilmington. >> we'll find out. headlines that we have been following for you overnight. horrible story. the hunt for a killer underway
after the brutal murder of two catholic nuns. they were found stabbed to death inside their rural mississippi home. they had worked as nurse practitioners at a clinic for the poor for the past 30 years. one of the woman's cars was taken but just last night police found it abandoned a mile from their home. unbelievable images. take a look at the nearly naked man who rammed a truck into a southwest plane in omaha, nebraska. the man was screaming that someone was trying to kill him. when officers chased him, he scaled a fence, stripped down to his boxers and stole a pickup truck. he crashed into the nose of a southwest plane where three people suffered mine beer injuries. the man was arrested. happening right now, the spacex dragon is getting ready to take off. the robotic cargo ship packed with space experiments. it's expected to take off any minute and splash down off the coast. incredible video finding a
10-year-old girl pulled from a mountain of rubble. she was stuck for a terrifying 17 hours under a collapsed building. >> yeah! >> the lirl girlttle girl's fee appearing first. the girl defied the odds covered from head to toe in dust from that rubble. a brief moment of joy on a day that nearly 270 people were killed in a horrific 6.2 quake. strong after shocks still rattling the region overnight. that's a good story. >> she came out just perfectly. >> very blessed. great story. >> indeed. miracle. coming up on this friday, raising the minimum wage seems like a great idea unless you own a business. our next guest could lose everything he's worked so hard on for years. he says hillary clinton is to blame.
we're going to tell you about that. and eric trump like you've never seen him before. at his home with his wife. i spent the afternoon with them. i'm going to share that story with you, several you haven't heard actually. >> excellent. ♪ ♪ there's something out there. that can be serious, even fatal to infants. it's whooping cough, and people can spread it without knowing it. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about a whooping cough vaccination today.
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policies killing a mom and pop restaurant. a small business owner with minimum wage hikes for those cities shooting up to $15 an hour on top of obamacare limb tak limitations. the owners of traditional diners are struggling to stay afloat. vincent apollo joins us now. his restaurant the flagship diner in queens is something that he's struggling to keep going and vincent has told his story. we asked him to come in here and reit tera it it. vincent, thanks for joining us. >> you're welcome. >> when governor cuomo says, i have good news, new yorkers, we're raising minimum wage to $15 an hour, what does the business owner say? >> it's really difficult. with costs going up all the time and food costs, government sticking their hand in your pocket, it's very difficult to make ends meet. very difficult to pay your bills at the end of the month. >> isn't it right for people to work hard, vin september, to have a livable wage.
what do you say to them? >> absolutely. i think everyone should have a livable wage. i don't think the pay scales are fair. i think that dish washers, cooks, whatever, they should get their $15 an hour or more depending if they deserve it. >> merit. >> yeah. but waitresses, for example, they were making $5 an hour, they bumped it up to $7.50 in one shot and when you pay 600, 700 hours a week, that's almost $1,000 a week when you add in all the other taxes. >> your margins aren't great to begin with. you're working 80, 90 hours a week as an owner. it never stops. so what is this going to do to your business? >> it'll possibly put us out of business. the customers will decide because every time there's another increase we have to raise our prices. >> right. >> that gets passed along to the consumer. >> yes. >> they will decide whether we stay open. >> some people are making $15. they're going to say, excuse me, boss, if you're going to give these people $15 and i'm your
best, i've been here ten years, i'm going to need a raise. >> exactly. >> the food costs are going to go up. >> right. >> or you're going to hire less people. >> i've already had to do that. cut it down to a skeleton type crew. >> is this just a story of one business owner in new york? >> this is everybody. business in new york is horrible right now. it's too tough to make ends meet. >> when people say, vincent, i want to start a business of my own, what do you tell them? >> i tell them forget it. it's like the death nil. 95% of all restaurants are closed within two years. >> now they don't understand. if you say you're in touch with small business, if they're 85% of the economy, you're raising the minimum wage to $15, they're not in touch. >> no, they're killing us. >> how are you going to vote in november? >> i'm going to vote for trump because the progressive democrats that have been around are killing us between cuomo and de blasio and obama, we might as
well just close up shop now. >> step over six homeless to pay for a meal $10 higher. >> thanks. >> and for all of those people you employ and give health insurance with obamacare which is harder than ever. coming up straight ahead. forget the anticops chants and black lives matters wants you to know they're just misunderstood. it's called the next "rocky." but is "hands of stone" worth your money? kevin mccarthy is here. he's never had a fight in his life. ♪ bad to the bone ♪ bad to the bone
today a truck bomb exploding killing 11 officers and injuring nearly 80 other people. while no one has claimed responsibility, it's just the latest on attacks by kurdish militia fighters. a possible assassination attempt on angela merkel. she was in prague when a man attempted to join in on her motorcade. he eventually surrendered to the czech police after they threatened to shoot him. local reports claim tear gas, cement blocks and handcuffs were found in the man's car. meanwhile, it's an action packed weekend at the box office. "hands of stone" is a brand new boxing blockbuster hitting the big screen today. >> in 66 seconds roberto durand changed my life. >> roberto durand. >> are we going to be champions? >> so should you see it or throw in the towel?
let's hear from kevin mccarthy. is this a go see or not? >> good morning to you guys. i saw this nine hours ago. brian, you were the first person i thought about because you love boxing. >> i do. >> "rocky" is one of the greatest movies of all time. for me, there's two types of people in the world. there's "raging bull" fans and "rocky" fans. i love both. boxing films are so fun to watch. this is a story line about a guy i didn't know much about, roberto durand who fought famously with sugar ray leonard. robert deniro plays the trainer. that's why it was so interesting for me to see him on this side. obviously we saw him in "grudge match" with stallone which i didn't care for. he was phenomenal in "raging bull." interesting seeing him back in the ring again and kind of like being there to train roberto
durand. >> plenty of stars. >> the performances are great. the problem is though the pacing, the editing and the direction are nowhere near, nowhere near the level of the great performances. i gave it a three. it's a c. kind of a matinee. not great. it has greatness inside of it. i wish it was better. great story though. >> even the documentary will be compelling let alone the dramatic movie. i'm very curious to see it. i'm still going to give it a shot. >> brian, i'm curious what you think. these two guys, edgar ramirez and usher train with the boxers who are still alive today. that gave it a real feel. very, very interesting to watch the performances. i just wish the movie itself was better, that's all. >> kevin, what about "mechanic resurrection" you saw that one, too, right? >> it's absolutely awful. >> is this about mr. goodwrench.
>> i love arnold. i'm a fan of "commando." there's nothing wrong with a fun mindless action film. it was horribly directed. same thing with "hands of stone." the editing feels off. there's a hit man who has to assassinate three clients to save jessica alba's character. it's a sequel no one even asked for. it's not worth seeing. i gave the film a 1.5 out of 5. the best scene in the whole film is in the trailer when he's hemmi hanging from the pool. watch a good action movie like "command joe" or "t 2." >> you have two huge stars and terrible script. unbelievable. >> i want be to mention it, great movie on demand right now that i just watched this past week called "sane street." watch it.
>> why didn't you tell us about this. >> come on! what's going on? >> it's called "sing street." watch it on demand. >> is there a love story in any of these? please? >> "sing street" is a love story. >> kevin mccarthy -- >> we want some romance next time, kevin. >> "real life" is a love story. >> no problem. i'm getting married in october. that's enough right there. >> oh, that's right. that's right. >> proudly wear that tux. coming up on this friday, this mother arrested and hauled off to jail for leaving her 8 and 9-year-old kids home alone to get dinner. and eric trump like you've never seen him before. we sat down with wife, spent the afternoon with them, and we have the story -- several stories actually that you haven't ever heard before. >> that's a love story right there. >> true. >> thank you. ♪ can't hurry love ♪ no, you just have to wait
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he's not out of hot water just yet. rio police charging ryan lochte with filing a false police report. >> because he did. meanwhile, the olympic swimmer accused of lying about being robbed at gun point at a gas station down in brazil at the games. now rio police want him to testify. want to ask him some questions. so if he goes, will the interview be worth it? remember this jam with our friends. >> oh, no. >> i guess there's like a mirror with a sink and then you have the bathroom so -- >> right. >>'s not going over there. >> gotcha. >> i look forward to watching what would ryan do. >> water sports. ryan, good luck to you. we'll be watching. >> thank you.
>> has this happened to brian? >> i just want this back. >> what is this picture? >> had no way to answer questions. they tried to ask him real questions and he had no answers. >> he had answered but just not appropriate ones. >> they were trying to say, tell us what happened. he basically was saying, pick up girls. i do a few things and they could not stop laughing. >> very short answers and answers that really didn't make sense. >> ironically, he said there was a bathroom and a sink. the trouble he's in now. keep in mind, if you can go on youtube now. don't do it now. wait for bill and mark, go to youtube, watch it, you will not stop laughing. >> really. >> when you watch the whole thing, it's hilarious. the good news for him, he got an endorsement yesterday. >> cough drops.
they're for giving on your throat and we think you should forgive him. >> and it looks like he's going to be on "dancing with the stars." >> yes, he is. >> things are turning around. >> who sings forgiveness? i found out yesterday. don henley. >> i think you thought it was billy joel or queen. >> i always think it's billy joel. >> we have to get you the transcript. >> i think i said it was chicago. >> yes, you did. i thought you were talking about the city of chicago and i got it later. anyway. yeah. who sings it? >> don henley. if you want to say its b's abou forgiveness, it's don henley. >> i'm still stuck on the picture. >> his leopard speedo. >> are you tender? >> no, i don't know what that is. headlines we're following for you. surprise, honey. i sent you a python. a wisconsin man is arrested for mailing a live snake to his
ex-girlfriend. police say that eric burrows was threatening to kill his ex through letters, voicemails and text messages before he dropped off a package at her apartment complex. police x-rayed the package and they discovered the live ball python. black lives matters doesn't think they're getting their message across. >> what do we want? now. >> despite countless violent riots and protests including those calling for their members to kill cops, leaders in north carolina say that they're just misunderstood. >> we're saying black lives matter exclusively. that's not what we're saying. we're saying based on our experiences in this country, we all need a reminder that we are all part of life. >> members in charlotte say that they want to be involved more in education and community. some parents are outraged over a memo to bus drivers
banning rap music but they don't have a problem with a school banning christian radio stations. >> i understand not wanting bus drivers not to play religious music because there is a separation of church and state but when they select one type of music and it's rap music and they call it offensive, i think it's a big problem. one of the things they defended themselves saying, we don't want any swearing or bad words. well, the fcc prevents that from happening so that's no excuse. >> there is christian rap music by the way. the school in portland, oregon, regrets the way it was communicated. finally, how young is too young to leave kids home alone? it turns out in delaware an 8 and 9-year-old isn't old enough. she left them home alone for 45 minutes while she went to pick up dinner. the maryland family at their vacation home in delaware when the neighbor noticed their kids were unsupervised. by the way, there's no federal law over what age kids need to
be. >> how old were they? >> 8 and 9. >> how long were they -- >> 45 minutes while the mom went to pick up dinner. 8 and 9. >> what do you think folks out there in tv land? do you think that's too long at 8 and 9 or is it appropriate? >> i remember being alone a lot when i was that age. >> me, too. >> willie robertson from an infant on he was alone. >> he's doing pretty well. >> he changed his own diaper, i think. >> we're not endorsing that. >> that's a reality show. all right. so let us know. meanwhile, we are used to seeing eric trump as the son of presidential candidate donald trump as an asset on the campaign trail, and as a businessman, but what about as a husband? >> the executive vice president of development and acquisitions for the trump organizations has been married to lara unasca since 2014. >> but their story began way before that. i had a chance to sit down with both of them to hear more about their love story, what it was like for lara to become a trump
and what it was like growing up with donald as a dad. take a look. >> thank you so much for being with us. >> yes. >> you have to tell me, lara, how y'all met. >> we met here in new york. actually, we were both out one night with friends and being probably the two technicalealle in the room was helpful. we spotted each other across the room. i was immediately intrigued, hopefully eric felt the same way. it took us three months to go on a date. >> how long did you date before you were married? >> eric wanted to make sure. >> very, very sure, obviously. >> so we got engaged five years and two days, actually, after our first date. >> she department put too much pressure on me. i think she cared more about the dog than the ring. >> that's true. >> did you have a dog together? >> we did. after about two years together i finally convinced eric. it took a lot of convincing and still to this day i think he'll tell you it was one of the best things that we've ever done.
our dog was our ring bearer in our wedding. >> during the dating process how did you decide she's the one? >> first of all, i loved the southern charm. there's just something great -- >> there's something about carolina girls, right? >> in fact, there's a song about it. ♪ carolina girls ♪ carolina girls ♪ best in the world >> we were married two years. maybe when the crazy political thing is over. >> how many do you want? >> don has five and ivanka has three. we have a basketball team. we can get away with a few less. we love kids. my brothers kids, ivanka's kids will come and spend a weekend at my house. we'll be watching "frozen." i think i'm the only guy that doesn't have any kids that has watched the movie 400 times. >> there's a song. >> take it away. take it away. ♪ let it go >> there you go.
>> any stories you want to share? >> i grew up on bulldozers. playing baseball in the backyard. i'd hop on a caterpillar, we'd drive around. so much fun. literally every single one of these buildings around new york, we'd walk every single one. you can't comprehend the sizes. the greatest lego set in the entire world. >> you have some pictures of you growing up and dating and all of that. let me see some of them. family photos. >> this is with eric's mom and you'll notice on my wrist there i actually broke both of my wrists about three weeks before our wedding riding a horse up in bedford. and, yeah, it really didn't stop the show though. >> clearly. >> i had a great wedding. you couldn't even tell my wrists were broken. >> it was part of the dress. >> it was fine. i gave myself about three or four hours of a full pity party the day it happened and then i said, you know what, i still get
to marry the love of my life. >> look what i dug up. the last picture i have. >> that's your dad wearing a yankees -- >> you always see him in a business suit. >> there's ivanka and me, a beautiful picture. >> this apartment is amazing. >> you should go out and see the view. >> lara, we're a long way from home. >> i know. this is not north carolina anymore. >> can you believe this? >> i love living in new york. i always wanted to come here. i knew i'd move here at some point in my life. i didn't know i'd stay forever but i love it. it's amazing. >> from north carolina to this great city and you might actually get even better, you might be going to the white house? >> i don't know if i'll go but i would love for my father-in-law to go. >> you'll be visiting? >> i'll be visiting. >> she remembers exactly what she wore on her first date. she was so exciting. he was busy and traveled all the time. they're both super technicaall.
she used to be a personal trainer. she rides horses clearly. she moved up here to go to culinary school. her whole world turned upside down. she said, i went home and mom and dad, i'm marrying a trump. >> because she's a great cook, does she cook much? she's busy. >> she's a pastry chef and she cooks some fabulous fancy desserts every year. her parents still live in the same house. she's a down home girl. i haven't changed who i am. just in love with this man. >> she was taught how to make a quick pot pie yesterday. >> she doesn't do anything other than homemade i have a feeling. >> great. >> everything she does is hard core. she's really great. >> we'll see more of that. they were a neat, neat couple. >> very nice. meanwhile, coming up on this friday, passengers stuck flying in the air for hours after two major airports lost communication with the airplanes. how does that happen in 2016 we
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[announcer] is it a force of nature? or a sales event? the summer of audi sales event is here. get up to a $5,000 bonus on select audi models. here are some stories making headlines right now. let's read together. a power out table causes chaos in the skies. flights headed in and out of miami and ft. lauderdale forced to circle for nearly two hours or change course and land at different airports. a dpen ngenerator was finally b in.
dodss of flights were delayed. flights back to normal. 4 times the legal limit is how drunk a pilot was. the wing man was acting weird as they prepared to take off from michigan in a charter plane. police showed up arresting the co-pilot. he has obviously been fired. steve. >> thank you, brian. fox news alert. u.s. navy, the u.s. navy launching three warning shots against an iranian ship, actually a number of boats after a close encounter. the ship sailing within 200 yards of the navy patrol boat. you see those small boats right there that we're talking about. it was the fourth close call with iran this week. we are live in washington, d.c., with the details. >> reporter: the scary thing is iran says it has no plans to stop aggressively harassing u.s. navy vessels in the persian gulf. you remember on tuesday when the four iranian fast boats in the straight of hormuz carried out a
high speed intercept coming within 300 yards of the "u.s.s. niece." they carried out similar actions on three separate occasions, all of them on international waters. two of the incidents involved a pair of u.s. coastal repair ships. this time three iranian fast boats harassed the ships by crossing the bow and creating a possible collision hazard. the iranians again ignored repeated calls and five blast signals. later that same day the tempest and squirrel were harassed repeatedly by an iranian ship which came within 200 yards. when the iranians yet again ignored radio and visual shots, they responded by firing three warning flares.
they fired three warning shots from a 50 caliber gun which is potentially the last step you can do before fully engaging. that forced them to take off. the pentagon said in all of these steps the u.s. had taken every step to de-escalate the situation. >> trying to, again, warn the iranian craft away and so they felt the need to take an additional step to try to de-escalate the situation and that was, again, fire the warning shots. these steps are taken in order to make sure that our crew and our ship, they're able to protect themselves and to try and prevent this from escalating into a more serious situation. >> we'll likely see more interactions like this though because the iranian defense minister has said it's probable that they will continue to do this to u.s. navy vessels. yesterday the white house called this harassment, it's unsafe and said that it cannot continue to happen. see how this plays out.
>> no kidding. garrett tenny, live in our nation's capitol. i'm glad we gave them back that money because it sure made things better, didn't it? >> not really. >> garrett, thanks. coming coming up, wikileaks founder julian assange promises an october surprise for hillary clinton, but what will the bombshell be? we'll ask him all about it. he's live at the top of the hour. if you have a question for him, e-mail us. think you have had a great summer? so has she. hailey clauson is joining us live, next. introducing new olay eyes.
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♪ yep, it's almost the end of summer and we're sharing some of our favorite photos. here peter and i are paddle boating on the intercoastal in jupiter, florida. >> in sync. >> then i think we have a picture of us at the yankees game. that's my daughter in the middle, hayden, and my husband will. >> very nice. >> that was hayden her eight month picture. sunbathing in her bedroom. >> all right. this is my one shot of the family. first time we have had a chance to go to hawaii. that is outside mama's in hawaii. one of the most scenic restaurants you will see. >> how cute. >> that's all the kids, they had a great time. and meanwhile, as we switch gears, while summer may be ending for us soon it will live forever in the pages of "sports
illustrated." model hailey clauson landed the cover of the summer of swim special. congratulations. >> thank you. >> what was it like getting word that you were on it? >> i was kind of shocked. i found out through instagram. i was like sitting -- it was an honor. >> you never got a phone call from your agent or anything like that? >> no. you just find out, it was a surprise. amazing. >> your second cover, right? >> yeah. it's awesome. >> tell us about this festival, this "sports illustrated" summer of swim fan festival. >> yeah. they're doing a whole thing this sunday. starting at 12:00. they're doing a fan festival. >> where's it at? >> coney island which is amazing. they come and meet all the models. there's like ten of us girls there. lots of activity. >> are you sure you know what you're getting into? >> yeah. this is a whole other thing. >> that's in front of nathan's hot dogs. have you ever participated in the hot dog eating contest? >> no. i wish. i competed in one when i was
younger though. >> did you really? >> you don't want any part of that. >> i watched it. i couldn't imagines have to do that. very impressive. >> so tell us a little bit about yourself. >> well, grew up in california. i have been modeling since i was 13. and kind of started doing "sports illustrated" a few years ago and came into that family and it changed my career. it's amazing. >> you said your dad is 6'6". your mother is 5'9". >> the clausens are tall folks. >> how do they feel about the modeling? >> well, i started young so my parents were traveling with me and supporting me. keeping me grounded but they're so supportive and they know that i'm doing what i love. that's important to them. >> we've confirmed you're grounded. >> very nice. thank you. >> thank you so much for joining us live. >> thank you so much. >> have fun at the fan festival.
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well, good morning toe you and your family. you made it. it is friday. it's august 26th. i'm ainsley earhardt. julian assange vowing to release significant material about hillary clinton. how damning could this be? well, julian assange himself is joining us live in just a few moments. and we've got a lot of questions. meanwhile, donald trump fires back at hillary clinton's claims of racism with a brand-new instagram ad. >> clinton camp attacks painful for black voters. doesn't want to change their tone. they're defending this and this therefore is their strategy. >> how she's respond on a friday morning straight ahead. and a veteran gets a sweet
surprise from the navy. ♪ ♪ anchors aweigh >> more on that surprise video and that that serenade will make you smile. let me remind your mornings especially on fridays are better with "friends." ♪ ♪ only in my dreams >> you remember when this was the number one song in america? debbie gibson is our featured performer today in the all american summer concert brought to you by expedia. she'll take the stage one hour from now. >> and every day we have ribs and we also floss right after.
>> brian, you have two dogs at home. it is national dog day. you need to celebrate with your dog. >> if you don't have a dog we'll show you how you can wind up with one before the end of the weekend. >> what you need to do when you have a brand-new dog at home. >> on a separate note, julian assange will be join us live and from a location that you probably know. but heather childers has other news we need to know. >> i do have other news for you. i think we'll turn the lights on in a minute. we begin with donald trump though. turning the heat up on hillary clinton, releasing a -- releasing a new ad. listen to this ad calling her racist. >> hits obama, doesn't want to change the tone. they're defending this and that therefore is their strategy. >> clinton responding last night from nevada. >> donald trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia. he is taking hate groups
mainstream. and helping a radical fringe take over the republican party. >> trump is heading to nevada today and iowa over the weekend. this is a horrible story. the hunt for a killer is under way right now after the murder of two catholic nuns. sister margaret hills and sister paula merrill were found stabbed to death inside their home in mississippi. they worked as nurse practitioners at a clinic for the poor for the past 30 years. one of the woman's cars was taken and it was found a mile abandoned from their home. some unbelievable images here. the nearly naked man rams a truck into the southwest plane in omaha, nebraska. this man was screaming that someone was trying to kill him. when officers chased him he scaled the airport fence, stripped down to his boxers and then stole a pickup truck. then he crashed that truck into the nose of a southwest plane
boarding passengers. three people suffered minor injuries. the man was arrested. finally a heart warming story for you. the navy gives a world war ii veteran the surprise of a lifetime. ♪ ♪ anchors aweigh >> earnest thompson had visited the uss iowa battle ship regularly. when word got out he couldn't visit the navy showed up at his door. each member sang the navy fight song before thanking him for his service one by one. we love all of our veterans especially the world war ii veterans. >> that was awesome. >> it was great. >> went to pearl harbor this summer and they have a different one talking about it. >> very emotional i'm sure. >> absolutely. meanwhile, four minutes after the top of the hour. joining us right now is the founder and editor-in-chief of wikileaks, julian assange. julian, welcome to "fox & friends." >> all right. good morning. you have a really morning tone over there.
it's midday here, so i'm going to try to adapt to how enthusiastic you guys are. >> great. we have to wake everybody up. it ask a friday. so thank you for joining us. you said you have significant and unexpected material you're going to release before this election. can you give us a little taste of what is included? >> no, not really. sorry to disappoint you. but we have quite a lot of material in relation to the u.s. election. thousands of pages. relating to various aspects of the hillary clinton campaign and some other institutions. the publicity as a result of our dnc publications which caused the top five democratic officials in the democratic party to resign, including the president debbie wasserman schultz has led to other sources
being encouraged. so they stepped forward and hopefully that process will continue as we continue to publish and we can see the cascade of information. hopefully also coming out about our republican campaign, and then americans and others can be better informed about who's new policy is going to be u.s. policy. >> you said the republican campaign. do you have information about donald trump? >> we do have some information about the republican campaign. i mean, it's from a point of view investigative organization like wikileaks. the problem with the trump campaign it's hard for us to publish much -- well, controversial material than what comes out of donald trump's mouth every second day. that's -- i mean, that's a very strange reality for most of the media to be in. >> well, i had reince priebus on
the radio yesterday and he said this. i'm not happy about whatever happened to the dnc and the groups, it's not right. obviously i'm not cheering for folks stealing private information from american entities. i'm not on board with that. whatever it means. so he watched his counterpart get fired and chaos ensue. he is saying it's wrong. why do you feel as though you have to insert yourself in the american process? >> well, look, wikileaks is a global media organization. we are funded by the public. we aren't funded by dodgy organizations or by advertisers. we are funded by the public, mostly the american public. we are tax deductible in the united states. you can hit the donate button and we can publish more and we can publish faster. so -- >> but why? >> but there are others who believe the public have a right to know.
one of them owns your tv station, rupert murdoch. >> does wikileaks have a policy about publishing personal health records? is there a possibility? we have heard a lot about various candidates' health this campaign. is there a possibility -- i know you're being cagey about what you're going to tell us you're going to release, but do you have a policy against releasing somebody's personal medical information? >> that's an interesting question in relation to a presidential candidate. i mean, we wouldn't bother in other circumstances, where someone who is a -- there can be other cases. so, you know, criminal case for example where someone has been shot, maybe that is part of it. that someone has died and there's a dispute over the will for example. and there's question of whether someone has been murdered, those can be part of it. but yes, if we receive medical information about the presidential candidate, i think that would be of genuine
interest to -- >> well, julian, let's be direct. have you received information about hillary clinton's medical condition? whatever it is. >> i know you guys would love it if we scooped ourselves on "fox & friends." but we're not going to. we have already published 32,000 -- more than that now hillary clinton e-mails. you can search them. a lot of stories have come out about that. there are passing references to hillary clinton's head injury. she calls it i have a cracked head, to decision fatigue. to her looking up -- and
[ indiscernible ] and taking an alertness drug. not to say she has some necessarily serious disorder. anyone in a high stress job like military pilots like to take this. so i think it's perfectly acceptable to reveal serious information about a candidate. in fact, they should disclose it themselves, the information that might affect their ability to do the job. >> julian, what is the most shocking thing that you have found about hillary clinton? >> well, i think the most interesting and serious relate to upcoming publications we have. a variety of different types. so a lot of information that we have already published. i mean, it may not be that apparent to most people who are not sort of specializing in politics and national security, but major failure by the trump campaign and the bernie sanders
campaign, hillary clinton tried to run on her having judgment and experience in the state department. later on those campaigns -- too late in the process in my view started picking up the experience was mostly a bad experience. so for example in libya. we published 1,700 e-mails about her involvement in libya. and benghazi is a small part of that. but she was the leading architect, the leading political force driving to destroy the libyan -- and the pentagon was -- senior generals, generals in the pentagon, not all of them but a number, were pushing strongly the libyan state should not be destroyed because radical jihadi groups would move in and take it over which they did. it's now a failed state of isis, et cetera. >> right. >> she was the leading cause of this. we've published some things from
her e-mail called the libya tick tock. that's her internal brag sheet of how she was the person behind the libyan catastrophe. it was produced in late 20011. before isis had moved in. >> we have about 90 seconds. i want to come back -- we have some viewer questions for you, julian. thank you for joining us this morning, however i do notice one thing. you don't say anything bad about the russians. they gave you your own tv show. have they intimidated you? >> it's just false. false information. a lot of -- there's now a campaign under way. because hillary clinton, her camp and those who support her for good reasons and bad know that we have serious upcoming publications. so since the dnc leaks there's been a campaign against wikileaks because they're worried about any publication. we have a perfect record over a
decade of having never got it wrong with what we published so they can't the substance. they can't attack the evidence we have produced. they can't attack our analysis, so instead they try and attack us ad hominum. that is false. i never had a job with russia. so -- so we have published 650,000 documents about russia or putin, most of them critical. more than 2.3 million about syria and bashar al assad. >> all right. >> -- personal e-mails. so this is complete garbage. >> all right. as we mentioned julian is sticking around to answer some of your questions. e-mail us, firstname.lastname@example.org. more from london in two minutes. t essays in the entire 8th grade.
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♪ don't just eat. mangia! bertolli all right. we'll give you chance to talk to julian assange through questions, wikileaks' founder is here with us. he's in the ecuadoran embassy over in london. >> chris on twitter said, has anyone approached you with offers trying to silence you? julian? >> i wouldn't say offers.
yes, there have been threats communicated through intermediaries. there have been public threats also. some of those you can see operating in ecuador through the opposition which is -- which says it should be handed over to the british to be put in prison. in direct response to our dnc publications. now, those threats are not going to work against this organization. anyone looking at its history can see that. and the ecuadoran people, the government, they're a proud, tough nation. i don't expect those threats to work there either and they would be illegal if that is carried out. >> yeah. there was a guy trying to climb up the building. >> all right, this question, how high, julian, does the corruption go in d.c.? is that why she is untouchable? >> well, i mean, the corruption goes -- depending on how you defy corruption all the way to
the top, obviously. i mean, no surprise to say that. no, what's happening is a form of elite immunity. now, hillary clinton, her administration with obama, has prosecuted more journalists and journalist sources including us and our alleged sources than all under the espionage act, than all previous presidents combined. in fact, more than three times as many as all previous presidents combined. they have gone after reporters from fox, from a.p., as well as a wide variety of other sources and smaller outfits. so when you see that hillary clinton has not been prosecuted for more than a hundred classified messages that she had exchanged, including one
classification label, that's elite immunity. now, hillary clinton is not the only one who has elite immunity. yes, it's because of the size of her network, the act of cronistic influences she's a hard target for people to tackle. she can affect them back. but you also see no one from the national security agency was prosecuted as a result of -- like the snowden disclosures. james clapper has not -- >> all right. >> so, you know, there are various forms of elite immunity coupled with the intelligence agencies, et cetera. >> interesting. all right. >> and there's also political elite immunity, but not political power. people can be very hard -- >> julian assange from london, thanks for joining us this morning. >> you're welcome. >> all right. interesting stuff. >> we have only 4,000 more
questions. only so much time with a bad feed as well. all right. meanwhile at 16 years old, she was the youngest artist to ever write and perform a number one hit. debbie gibson is still at it. she's live, she's our featured performer in the all american concert series brought to you by expedia. long island's own. you push
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reporter out of here? i need some muscle over here. next, 700. that is how many pieces of ronald reagan's personal memorabilia will be hitting the auction block next month. the items include an autographed chunk of the berlin wall, a football with reagan's signatures, sketches made by reagan himself and a pair of cowboy boots. $5 million, that's how much olympic swimmer katie ledecky is foregoing to swim for her college team. >> i believe she'll make the team. ♪ just call her the original princess of pop. she's the chart topping all american artist who's been writing number one hits since she was 16 years old. >> i think she started when she was 5. now she's starring in a brand new hallmark movie called
"summer of dreams" premiering tomorrow on the hallmark channel. >> look who is here, debbie gibson. welcome to "fox & friends." so great to see you. >> you do not need to go on google maps. you know this area, long island, new york city. what it is like being back here? >> it's my homeland. i mean, the minute the wheels touch down it's like i'm home. now, i am on west coast time still, so i will never get used to getting up at the crazy hours you have to get up to sound check. if i'm like sing with me on the high notes it's because i didn't sleep a wink last night. but here we are. the wonders of hair, makeup and lighting. >> you have a movie tomorrow. >> i do. >> it's on the hallmark channel called what? >> "summer of dreams" in honor of my dreams. it's fulfilling your dreaming, finding yourself. i play a version of myself. i play former teen pop star debbie taylor. >> very creative. >> basically -- i know. who thought of that? typecasting.
and basically, my career is falling apart. and i end up looking for my semiestranged sister in youngstown, ohio, and she puts me to work teaching kids in music at the high school. >> we have a clip of this. do you want to see? >> i would love to see. >> all right. let's look at the flat screen. >> hello, youngstown! good to be back. yeah. okay. i can see i need to warm up the crowd, that's okay. first of all, call me miss debbie. and miss delvecchio is my mom. i am here because of her. so thank you, mom. >> do you cry at the end? >> i think you cry throughout. i think there are some tear jerkers in there. there's one scene ripped from my real life. i just probably a year ago said to my little sister, i said i'm
sorry for ruining your childhood. >> what? >> she said, you didn't. you know, you were just doing what you loved to do. because my whole family got uprooted, got all this attention they didn't want. >> the whole family -- >> right. my sister was kind of shy. she said, wait, you feel guilty about that? are you telling me i didn't have to pay all that money in therapy? anyway, a scene in the movie me and my younger sister also named denise are sitting on the hood of the car having that exact conversation. >> looks like therapy for debbie in real life. >> it is a little bit. yeah. >> we saw you over the years and you're so normal. for someone who had so much fame so young. compare that to the pop stars today and why do you think you came out so normal? >> first of all, because i grew up right here. i lived in l.a. for a while. l.a. is a lot of smoke and mirrors and show biz all the time. growing up on long island, you know, that was like a retreat to
norm i' normal normalcy. i'd be touring one moment and bowling on my day off when i was home. i have three sisters. that want didn't give me any special treatment and my mother managed me for 25 years. i think she's here somewhere. >> well, you're going to start your concert at 8:00 eastern. half an hour from here. bring her up during the big show. folks, if you're at 48th and 6th avenue, debbie gibson is playing. >> and get some ribs for breakfast. it smells so great. >> thank you. >> congratulations on your acting career too. >> i said, what's coming up? >> i'm glad you asked. somebody is talking in my ear a lot. we're switching gears. coming up, 17 hours after an earthquake rocked italy, a miracle rises from the rubble. look at this.
a 10-year-old girl pulled out alive. we'll tell you her condition coming up. >> as a mother of little girl, that is heartwrenching. it's wonderful. isn't that great? well, after a rough couple of weeks, the trump campaign said things are looking up. what do the polls reveal? i can't wait to share them with you next. >> so they won't be only in your dreams?
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hillary clinton's campaign is using a run out the clock strategy against donald trump hoping to just outlast him until november. it sounds like a good plan said ted cruz, marco rubio, jeb bush and john kasich. >> there you go. meanwhile, the donald trump campaign called this past week his best week ever. and some polls indicate he could
be right. here with a closer look at this recent swing is the director of polling at the kato institute, emily eakins. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> so kellyanne conway, his new campaign manager said this could be his best week yet. >> possibly. i think he has a lot of trouble going forward, particularly in the battleground states. i think that's what we need to be looking at. there he's not doing well. >> let's look at the real clear politics average. hillary clinton leads donald trump as you can see right now. at this state of the race, by six points. okay. it's still august, right? does that number -- how much does that number actually matter? >> well, i think it's a good point. we don't want to put too much stock in what's happening just in august, but don't look at just the national polls but the battleground state polls. like florida and ohio and so forth, we see that donald trump is losing to clinton in all of
them, and he's going the opposite direction from what he would want to do if he wins in november. >> why do you think he's losing ground? >> there are a number of reasons. he's had a lot of trouble winning over white college educated voters. what he's doing lately with his outreach efforts to soften his rhetoric on immigration is largely trying to reach those voters. but it doesn't seem to be working that well. >> so is the thinking -- the core voters are going to vote for him anyway, so let's go for the independents who might be thinking -- you know, the 8 or 10% of undecides at this point who are kind of shopping around? >> i think he should be looking at those voting for third party candidates. there's interesting stuff going on there. >> tell you what, we'll put up the poll for you. in a four way race this is nationwide, hillary clinton 42, donald trump about 38.
you've got your johnson at almost 9 and jill stein at about 4. who are they drawing voters from? trump or clinton? >> it might surprise you, it's kind of complicated. here's why. first, look at gary johnson's supporters. so johnson's supporters are closet republicans but they're never trump voters. so in a one-on-one match-up with clinton and trump, they say they're voting for clinton. however, if it was a different republican in the race besides trump they would ordinarily be republican voters. so as you can see, clinton and trump both have a lot to gain by trying to compete for those voters. >> interesting. you talked about the battleground states. let's look at north carolina first. you can see right here, north carolina, clinton is up by two over trump. >> yes. so -- >> and gary johnson's got seven. >> something that's important to keep in mind here, we want to take seven polls conducted over the course a week, maybe two weeks to really establish a trend. what we're seeing in north carolina is not much movement at
all. hillary clinton continues to lead trump and it's not really changing. this is actually a big problem for trump because romney won the state of north carolina. it should not be as tight as it is. now, trump is gaining in the state of arizona. that we do see movement. but again, romney won the state of arizona by nine points in 2012. >> let's look at the great state of florida which which will a rainy weekend i believe with the tropical storm down there. this is from florida atlantic university. i have seen a couple of polls in the last couple of days where he's slightly ahead of her, but within the margin of errors. >> if you put the aggregate of polls together, hillary clinton is leading in florida but her post convention bounce is fading a bit. florida is winnable for trump so he needs to be spending time in florida and ohio and not so much time in mississippi and texas. >> all right. interesting stuff. emily, thank you so much for joining us.
all right. it's -- stay there for a second. we have some news. you want to watch the news? here's heather. >> you should watch, because we begin with this incredible video here. a 10-year-old -- a 10-year-old girl pulled from the mountain of rubble after italy's deadly earthquake. she was stuck for a terrifying 17 hours under a collapsed building. amazing. the little girl's feet appearing first and then firefighters slowly lifting her from the debris and into her rescuer's arms. she defied the odd, covered from head to toe in dust from the rubble. it was a brief moment of joy, much needed on a day nearly 270 people were killed in the horrific 6.2 quake. strong aftershocks still ratting that region overnight. well, this morning france's highest court is deciding
whether it's legal to ban full body swimsuits known as burkinis. it is already against the law for muslim women to wear them in some towns, that's sparking some controversy. those in favor to ban say it prevents public disorder after the recent terror attacks, but human rights activists say it goes against women's rights. the department of justice turning into the pc police. they say our men and women in blue need more transgender training. >> sir? what were you doing? >> the doj releasing this video showing officers how to treat transgender people with respect. it goes through different scenarios. discouraging officers from stereotyping and telling them to keep their questions relevant. finally, is this mascot too mean? one professor thinks so. it's the university of iowa's herky the hawk.
the angry bird should smile once in a while. the professor writing an e-mail to the athletics department urging them to diversify the mascot's facial expressions. she argues that images of herky don't fall in line with the message of nonviolence at the school -- that the school aims to spread. that's not a joke. what do you think about that? i mean, aren't they supposed to be tough? >> the team mascot should look fearsome. >> you can't make it up. you can't make everyone happy. >> no. so true. >> right. >> thank you very much, heather. coming up on a friday she was like every other teenage girl. her head buried in her cell phone a lot. then she did the unexpected. she gave up her iphone for a flip phone. >> wow. >> so how can you get your kid do the same thing? find out from her coming up. >> she and my mom the only two people with flip phones. >> my family would go, what's flip phone? >> and look who else is in the
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dollars to the clinton foundation according to the foundation's website. the irony? hillary clinton is currently blasting the drug maker calling the price hike outrageous. and she's right. it is. and this is sarah jessica parker stepping down as the face of mylan. and apple is issuing a warning, the strangers can turn the microphone on and record your conversation. to prevent it, go into the general settings look for the update and update today. brian, ainsley? all right. with constant snapchating and texting, the life of a high schooler can get stressful so one decided to ditch that lifestyle. >> wow. when janie litvin's iphone shattered she decided to trade it in for the flip phone.
she says she's never been happier. >> she has been smiling since she sat on the couch. 16-year-old janie litvin and kurt the cyberguy are telling us how to de-tech and still stay in touch. thanks for being here. janie, first off, what prompted this? besides the breaking of the iphone, what made you go to the next stop? >> when i broke my iphone there was a month long period i didn't have a phone at all. it was so nice not to have the constant buzzing of the instagram and the snapchats so i decided i didn't have to get an iphone. so i went and ordered this nice purple motorola flip phone. >> i don't know if you can buy this in the stores anymore. >> you can't. >> look at how smart you are this morning. that story you just read about how if you have an apple iphone, you better update the software,
because hackers can turn on the microphone. not a problem with the flip phone. >> no. >> this is really the question, because you're -- you're in that peer set that it's important how you appear. you're not in your text group, how people collect -- are you considered the cool kid now? are you the cool one or, you know, one who's gone retro or left out of the loop? >> so first, i was definitely more on the fringe, left out a little bit. because i wasn't in this texting group chat that's so important for people in our generation. but after i got the article published by "seventeen" magazine i felt that people understood more why i was deciding to go the flip phone. my friends are using their phones less and two decided to get flip phones. >> she is bold and brave. you are now the trend setter. so here's some flip phones that we ordered, all under $25 from amazon. why would i want this, come on, can i get away with this?
you can still text, right? it's not easy, but you can. >> not as easy. >> all of the phones we'll show you online. incredible how easy it is. you're not a target for a thief, are you? >> no. >> they don't -- they're not running after that phone, exactly. if you have a little one in your house, you can use this. called lively alert. you can sit with the little one, tie it to their shoelace, and this is an alternative to a phone. >> you said you're more aware now. you're talking to people. >> you're walking in the room and your head is up and everybody else's head is down on their phone. >> it's so scary. people are snapchating each over from across the room and texting each other. >> do you still feel left out? >> sometimes. but what i find is my friends now know, oh, when janie is here, let's look up a little more. i think they like it too. i think it creates more conversation which is an awesome thing.
>> balancing act is getting to the right side of it. awesome. >> thank you. >> i like it. put kurt out of a job. flip phones -- >> still rotary phone. >> thanks, guys. great story. meanwhile, this election is not just about these two. >> my opponent crooked hillary clinton -- >> donald trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia. >> yeah, there's another option. john stossel is hosting a town hall for libertarian candidate gary johnson. stossel, here, live, next hour. and people voted him the sexiest vet alive and he's even more adorable with those furry friends. how we're celebrating national dog day. yes. (announcer vo) who says your desk phone
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he's celebrating national dog day, with some tips on how to take care of our new puppy. >> joining us is evan antin, with four dogs from the south hampton foundation. congratulations. >> thank you so much, guys. thank you so much for having me. >> welcome back. >> what was it like getting the call from "people" magazine, hey, you're the sexiest veterinarian alive. >> almost comedic and i thought, you know, hey, i'll take it. you know, i'm just trying to about vet but i thought that was pretty cool. >> how did you wind up on the radar? is it the pet selfies you do? >> i don't know, but i think it's about my social media. >> you thousands of followers on instagram and -- >> thank you. >> we have some dogs that need some homes. >> these are great dogs too. we have some adult dogs and we have a little puppy right here. so it really depends on your lifestyle, what kind of breed, similar breeds. >> what have we got? >> yeah, this is a lab/pitbull
mix. >> people are worried about pitbull mixes. should they be? >> overall, no. to be honest, they're extremely loyal, intelligent, great dogs. they're really tough and they really are -- they make incredible pets, they really do. the truth is when i have seen the naughty pitbulls getting into trouble biting other dogs or people, it's because of the setting they're raised in. >> this is so sweet. i lost my dog on friday. this is so sweet. he knew i needed a hug. >> oh, so sweet. >> likes your perfume. >> i don't wear perfume on the set. how about these little guys down here? they're so cute. so good. >> he's more disciplined than we are on the set. >> right. >> these are great dog, honestly. i see a lot of owners and pets, these people live in, you know, apartments, in smaller living situations. they're great for that. they're well behaved.
they're intelligent. they will play and be active when they want to be. if they want to be couch potatoes. >> how long does it take to be a vet? >> eight schools. four years undergrad and -- >> you have to know a lot. >> i see a lot of exotics, reptiles and birds and zoo animals and things. there's many different body systems -- >> did you ever get a rhino with a fever? >> no, that's one i have not gotten. >> it's a matter of time. >> look behind you. >> i know. the line for debbie gibson. >> if people want to follow you on instagram -- >> it's dr. evan antin. please do. thank you for having me. >> happy dog day. >> get these dogs some homes this weekend. all right. donald trump fires back at hillary clinton's claims of being racist with a brand-new ad. but can he win the african-american vote? his son eric trump tells us his plan. forget the anti-cop chants,
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good morning to you and your family. you made it. it is friday. it's august 26th, i'm ainsley earhardt. julian assange vowing to release significant material about hillary clinton and we just spoke to him. >> i think the most interesting and serious -- relate to upcoming publications that we have. >> more from assange in just moments. yep, meanwhile, overnight trump fired back at hillary clinton's claims of racism with this instagram ad. >> clinton camp hits obama, attacks painful for black voters. >> doesn't want to change the tone.
>> they're defending this and this therefore is their strategy. >> so what's her response? we've got it. stay tuned. and this mother hauled off to jail for leaving her kids home alone. they're 8 and 9. does this punishment fit the crime? would you do that and would you go to jail if you did it? let me remind you we have a lot to discuss and we have the final hour oh the week. your mornings are better with "friends." ♪ ♪ shake it up, baby, shake it up baby ♪ ♪ shake it up, baby, shake it up baby ♪ ♪ sing with us, new york ♪ shake it up, baby, shake it up, baby ♪ ♪ shake it up, baby
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shake your love ♪ >> well, as we have done for years it's a friday in the summer. we're cutting loose on the 8:00 hour with debbie gibson, our featured performer. >> now you know why i'm not a background dancer. i couldn't do that. >> you have the outfit. >> i could be a cheerleader -- now you have to be a good dancer. really home. >> go team is easy. >> i could do a herky -- remember that? the banana in the air. now you have to touch your toes in the air. >> easier to win the olympic gold than to be a cheer leader. >> seems like it. >> she'll be performing all hour. >> not me. >> watch it live streaming. >> julian assange joined us live 90 minutes ago from his disclosed location at the ecuadoran embassy in london.
you asked him this question. >> we asked him what he found to be the most shocking thing that he has uncovered thus far about hillary clinton because they say that they are going to release a whole bunch of stuff in october or maybe september surprise. >> significant information they have. that they're going to release before the election. this is what he said, the most shocking stuff he found. >> major failure by the trump campaign and the bernie sanders campaign, hillary clinton tried to run on her having judgment and experience in the state department. later on, those campaigns -- too late in the process from my view started picking up that the experience was mostly a bad experience. so for example in libya, we published 1,700 e-mails about o to -- about the involvement in libya and benghazi is a small part of that. but she was the leading architect -- the leading political force driving to
destroy the libyan state. a failed state -- isis, et cetera. and she was the leading cause of this. we published something from her e-mail called the libya tick tock. that's her internal brag sheet of how she was the person behind the libyan catastrophe. it was produced in late 2011 before it was -- that isis had moved in. >> remember julian assange created the controversy that the democrats couldn't control. hillary clinton seems to be able to -- and bill clinton always seem to survive. they stay afloat despite the controversy, they wear you out. when he published his stuff -- i'm not for this hacking and disclosing. fundamentally against it. bottom line it's out there, people examine it and five people lost their jobs. debbie wasserman schultz, that whole thing rocked the whole democratic convention and he said this is even bigger. >> well, he said -- he has had threats against his life because
of it. he can't come back to the united states so it's affecting him. but he feels it's worthwhile. >> he feels obligated to do it, because he said there's stuff going on behind the scenes we don't know about. his method of doing it is by releasing these things that, you know, somebody is probably breaking the law if they're hacking in to get this stuff. but in many cases it's somebody at the organization, we don't know exactly who the dnc came from, but that's more stuff coming. he also said, not only hillary, but he's got stuff on trump too. >> but he said that trump says such controversial things on his own that he probably wouldn't even rock his campaign to have this exposed. >> right. whatever is on his mind he just says. >> right. yesterday, there was some other big news and trey gowdy was on "special report" last night. he had a chance to -- he's as outraged as i have seen him. he did the benghazi special select committee. he says he found out that the clinton camp was able to wipe out that -- wipe out their server with a sophisticated
software that makes it almost unretrievable. >> what's the name of it? bleach bed. >> listen to this. >> if she considered them to be personal, then we move into the facet where she and her lawyers had those e-mails deleted. and they didn't just push the delete button. they had them deleted where even god can't read them. >> wow. >> what does that show you? >> there's the software to prevent recovery. she bleached out everything so you and i and the rest of the world couldn't see anything. >> i don't get why she doesn't want recovery of yoga notes and e-mails about the wedding for chelsea. who by the way, it was revealed yesterday, you know the clinton people said if she's elected president the clinton people will step away from it. and it turns out they'll step away from it, but chelsea will stay as a leadership position there.
and they'll continue to take money from corporations and foreign governments. >> insincere. that's how i would headline what we're saying. hillary clinton is playing dumb, no idea it's personal stuff. they read every e-mail. i want's boring. these lawyers by the way were looking at these without top security clearance, that's a problem. keep in mind, the e-mails had been wiped out already, this is what she said. >> did you wipe the server? >> like with a cloth or something? >> i don't know. you know how it works digitally. >> i don't know how it works digitally at all. >> making jokes about it. four men died in benghazi. she according to some of the e-mails knew about it. tried to cover it up. it's not a laughing matter. >> she made a joke about it to make it seem like she didn't understand it. when push came to shove and they needed to completely erase any digital footprints, they went to the super secret stuff called bleach bit to just nuke it. >> right. >> doesn't sound so innocent.
>> is it plausible she didn't even know about it? >> yeah. >> really? she looked really confused. what happened after that? almost everything she said after this from that presser to the u.n. presser has turned out to be incorrect. and it's not over yet because some september 13th we'll see the other e-mails she did not turn over voluntarily. >> that's right. if you're paying attention to the race you know in the last 24 hours hillary clinton has called donald trump a racist. he's called her a big odd. -- bigot. in the last couple of hours he's released a new instagram that takes a look at mrs. clinton's record. >> clinton camp hits obama, attacks painful for black voters. doesn't want to change the tone. they're defending this and this therefore is their strategy. >> this shows a quick reaction team that trump never had before. two weeks ago i don't think he would have been able to do. this don't you believe for hillary clinton to change topics
and make that speech about him being a white supremacist sympathizer and a horrible person and a radical, to me it shows that trump is making inroads much more disciplined than you could imagine and she had to try to slay him again. but she chose a thursday afternoon at 3:00 in august to get her best stuff forward? that to me shows the desperation. >> yesterday, he was sitting down. he had the roundtable discussion with leaders of the african-american community to say what do you need, what can i do for your community to make our country better? i also had a chance to sit down with his son, with eric and his wife. we'll show you a little bit of that interview later with his wife. but we'll show you right now me asking eric trump about the african-american voters and what he thinks his dad can do to get the votes. your dad is being called a bigot. your dad called hillary clinton a bigot. what makes him think she is? >> she hasn't done anything. she has been in government for 30 years. what what -- what have they
accomplished to held the min tips? they turn a blind eye to them. she doesn't speak to them, she holds a fund-raiser every singled night for $36,000 a plate. she's not talking to the people but she certainly wants their vote even though she doesn't think of them in the long run. >> what has your dad done for the african-american community? >> we hire so many african-americans and latinos and hispanics. he's signed the front of the check, not the back of the check. you see that's different from the politicians they lived off the government. >> got to be tough for the family because they're a business family until the last year. >> i can't believe how far we are in the race. hillary clinton is not a bigot, and neither is trump.
can we work backwards from there? >> we need to talk about the policy and issues and how to make our country better. that was great sitting down and talking to them. he married a girl from north carolina. in 20 minutes we'll show you the rest of the interview and learn more about his wife. >> what he does for charity is unbelievable. >> i know. he has a foundation, st. jude's. this mother hauled off to jail for leaving her kids home alone. 8 and 9 years old. so does the punishment fit the crime? this is election -- this election is not just about donald trump and hillary clinton. there is another option. john stossel is hosting the libertarian town hall tonight. and he's here with a preview, live from fox news channel. just like the people
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then stole a pickup truck. he then crashed it into the southwest plane as passengers were boarding. three of the people suffered minor injuries. the man was arrested. the hunt for a killer under way right now after the murder of two catholic nones. sister margaret hill and sister paula merrill were found stabbed to death inside their home in mississippi. their car was stolen but it was found late last night abandoned about a mile from their home. the women worked as nurse practitioners at a clinic for the poor for the past 30 years. brian? >> thanks. many voters are still on the fence about donald trump and hillary clinton, but what about the option that most americans don't even know about? not even exists -- the libertarian ticket. tonight you will get a choser look at gary johnson, former governor, and william weld. joining us is john stossel, he's the moderator in tonight's -- in the libertarian town hall. he will join us for an exclusive
preview. john, thnk you. >> what's your approach tonight? >> you say a lot of the voters on the fence, i think a lot of voters don't like either trump or clinton. look, you have two ex-governors who served two terms in republican and democratic states. good jobs. they offer a reasonable alternative. we ask people what do you think of them, most people don't know who you are. >> i know you're a libertarian personally, but i mean, you would like to see johnson win. if you look at his numbers you know a lot of states he's in double digits. who does that affect? >> he pulls equally from hillary and trump so far in the polls but he can't get into the debates -- the debate commission says unless he gets 15%. this debate commission is not some long time arbiter. it's a private company, they don't want competition. >> we had $19 trillion in debt, even though the unemployment rate is low, the labor
participation rate is way too low. you talk about jobs at the town hall. let's take a look. >> what would you do to create jobs? >> government doesn't create jobs. private sector does. >> so what would you do? >> well, you can count on certainty when it comes to rules and regulations, when it comes to hiring, when it comes to being in business for yourself. >> certainty will bring jobs? >> certainty will bring jobs. >> that's true. small businesses don't need big taxes. they need to know it's a one way ratchet and taxes are only going in one direction -- down. if they internalize that they're going to build that second factory and employ another 15 people. >> do they impress you? >> i wish they were as smooth as trump when they spoke, but wouldn't it be nice to have sane, competent people being in office instead of narcissists? >> they weren't wiping out their server, that's fantastic. >> with a cloth. what? >> i know. we'll watch that at 9:00 on the
fox business network. >> yes. >> i'm sure we'll see it all weekend long. great to see you. they make headlines for violent anti-cop protest like this. >> pigs in blanket fry them bacon. >> but black lives matter says don't judge. they're just misunderstood. by the way if trump were a wine, which one would he be? we'll drink. and right now, debbie gibson is going to perform "wonderland" because we can't. ♪ ♪
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police arrested the co-pilot. now to talk about alcohol that's legal -- >> it is time to toast, brian. you're missing out a really good segment. presidential -- we's toasting the president and the vice presidential nominees. >> it involves our buddy jim angle. so read the teleprompter. >> i'd love to. what would be the best wine pairings for the political personalities? >> keep going. >> fox news former chief national correspond end jim angle joins us now for wine with friends. >> welcome back. >> thank you. thank you. >> you have been a wine aficionado for a long time. you have a passion for i it. >> yeah. a wino. >> you have a big cellar in your basement in washington, d.c. do you sell wine out of there? >> i used to have 2,000 bottles, i have sold some, i'm down to 1,600 maybe. >> this is not the stuff out of the box the -- >> not the stuff you drink. >> the good stuff. you're working on a wine reality
show. >> called "wine makers uncorked." people in the wine business are often uncorked. >> what's it about? are you like all drinking wipe the entire time in the beginning of the show, you're sober? >> i went down to texas, and paul bonarigo and his wife hosted us. we had a blast. >> let's get to this. you're pairing wine with the candidates. >> let me just say, these wines are better than the candidates. better than the candidates. these are just representative. so first is a high alcohol zinfandel. that represents donald trump who of course is sort of like a slap in the face. so, you know, there's that. now this wine is much better than donald trump. this is a deluxe zinfandel, ofs. >> there's a red zin, right? >> right. >> well, you said high alcohol content. donald trump doesn't even drink. >> i know, but this is to characterize his personality. not his drinking habits.
>> i gotcha. >> all right. pino grie for hillary clinton, which is flowery and sweet, like getting free stuff, like free college tuition, expanded medicare for all, even though it's already in the hole. free stuff. >> after you're done with the bottle you delete it, right? to the recycle bin. >> yeah. forever. so you can't ever retrieve it. >> next is her running mate. >> that's right. that's for tim kaine. that is a red blend called -- this is five. this is a nice red blend. like, you know, it goes with meat. like the red meat you throw to the base. >> yeah. good. >> yeah. that sort of thing. then you've got pence who of course is much more reserved. >> yeah. >> than his running mate. so we have a pinot for him which is somewhat, you know, a little more -- just a little less out
there than donald trump. that gives you a sense of what pence is like. then you have seen him. he's calm and reserved. almost quiet really. so that's -- now tim johnson, the libertarian candidate which you have on tonight. he's a libertarian he can drink anything he wants to. >> of course. what does jim angle drinks? >> well, this one right here is also a dennis -- wipe. this is for don't stop believing like in the american system or whatever. i would say one last thing. that is that in all likelihood you'll need a couple of glasses of wine to get through the debate and this election, so any of these would be lovely. the wine best bottle.com. you can get all of these. >> fantastic. >> use my name, jim angle, whenever you get the little promo code, and i'm the coupon
guy. i finally made it. >> how much do you get off? >> i don't know. whatever it is it's reasonable. >> jim angle proving there's life after fox. thank you very much. we miss you. >> thank you. coming up, we have eric trump like you have never seen him before at his home with his wife. we spent yesterday afternoon yesterday. we'll share the story, several you haven't heard before. what else, steve? this mother hauled off to jail for leaving her kids home alone while she went to get some supper. the kids are 8 and 9 years old. does the punishment fit the crime? your comments are pouring in. what else? more from debbie gibson. here's "lost in your eyes." ♪ ♪ oh, i get weak in a blink isn't this what love is like ♪ ♪
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barb enjoys watching sunsets with her grand kids at lake erie. >> is that a spy cam? danny's idea of a good summertime activity is to visit the national parks with his wife. there they are. >> how cute are they? charles' favorite moment of the summer is when his baseball team won their tournament. >> and jenny likes to build the sand castle on a beach. >> from a guy who's still haunted by all of us dressed alike, they'll be haunted -- >> you have three boys. mom dressed the three boys alike. >> the same feety pajamas, we're still mocked. >> you still wear them? >> right. because i can never find my slippers. >> brian, i have news for you. now we're older, but you and i are pretty much dressed alike. >> every day. >> suits. >> if you're dressing like the guy next to you in your cubical, please write us. we're used to seeing eric
trump as the son of the presidential candidate, donald trump, helping his dad out. as a businessman we have seen him do that too, but what about as a husband? >> the executive vice president of development and acquisitions for the trump organization has been married to his wife lara since 2014. >> that's right. but their story began why before that. i had a chance to sit down with them, learn their love story, what it's like, what it was like for lara to become a trump. take a look. >> thank you so much for being with us. >> yeah. >> you have to tell me, laura, how you all met. >> we met here in new york. we were both out one night with friends and being probably the two tallest people in the room was really helpful. i think we spotted each other across the room. so i was immediately intrigued and hopefully eric felt the same way. it took us about three months to go on a date. >> how long did you date before you were married? >> eric wanted to make very sure. >> very, very sure obviously. >> yeah. so we got engaged five years and
two days actually after our first date. >> she didn't put too much pressure on me. i think she cared more about the dog than the ring. >> that's true. >> did you have a dog together? >> we did. after about two years together, i finally convinced eric and it took a lot convincing. still to this day i think he'll tell you it was one of the best things that we have ever done. our dog was our ring bearer in our wedding. >> so during the dating process, how did you decide she's the one? >> first of all, i loved the southern charm. that's something -- >> there's something about carolina girls. in fact, there's a song about it. ♪ carolina girls, carolina girls ♪ ♪ best in the world. >> we have married two years so when this cray i political race is over we'll start working on the kid thing. >> how many children do you want? >> well, don has five, ivanka has three. so i think we have a basketball team there. we can get away with a few less. but honestly we love kids.
it's a special thing about my family. my brother's kids and ivanka's will spend the weekend at the house. we watch "frozen." i think i'm the only guy without kids who knows all about "frozen." >> take it away, should i pass you the mike? ♪ let it go >> want to share some stories? >> i grew up on bulldozers, i'd hop on a caterpillar with my father, we'd drive around it was so much fun. literally every one of the buildings as they'd be built, you can't comprehend the size. the greatest lego set in the entire world. >> you have some pictures of you growing up, and dating and all that. let me see some of them. >> family photos. this is -- this was eric's mom and you'll notice on my wrist there, i actually broke both of my wrists about three weeks before our wedding.
riding a horse up in bedford. and, yeah, it really didn't stop the show though. >> clearly. >> i had a great wedding. you couldn't have told me that my wrists were broken. >> like it was part of the dress. >> honestly, it was fine. i gave myself about three or four hours of a full pity party the day it happened. and then i said you know what? i still get to marry the love of my life, my best friend. this show will go on. we had a great wedding. look what i found. look at what i dug up. the last picture i have. >> look at how cute. your dad wearing a yankees -- >> you always see him in a business suit. >> that's ivanka and me. >> this apartment is amazing. >> let's go see the view. >> we're long way from home. >> no, this is not north carolina. >> can you believe this? >> i knew i'd move to new york at some point in my life. i didn't know i'd stay forever. but i love it. it's amazing. >> from north carolina to this
great city and you might actually get even better, you might be going to the white house. >> well, i don't know if i'll go. but i would love for my father-in-law to go. >> you'll be visiting. >> i'll be visiting, yes. >> she's a down home girl. >> i want that view. >> right. she's from wilmington, north carolina. went to nc state, she moved up here to go to culinary school. she rides horses, she was a personal trainer for a while. she runs marathons. she's so in shape. she's from carolina so we had that in common. we just -- we were just girls chatting it up. a great girl. >> and an angle to the eric trump family. >> she had no idea when she met him, she didn't know about the charity work. didn't brag about that. >> did the parents give her a high five? >> i'm sure they did. they still live in their same house in north carolina. >> i wonder if her parents paid for the wedding.
>> it was at mar a largo. >> i didn't ask that. >> they got a deal. >> let's hand it over to heather. >> what a view, that was gorgeous. well, hello to everyone at home. we begin with some incredible video for you. this was a miraculous rescue, a 10-year-old girl pulled from the mountain of rubble. she was stuck there for 17 hours. oh, look at that little girl, she was covered from head to toe in dust from the rubble. nearly 270 people were killed in the horrific 6.2 quake. strong aftershocks still rattling the region overnight. and caught on camera the moment a cop is hit by a car and knocked off his seat in philadelphia. you can see the officer leaning into the car when the car slammed into him, knocking him off his feet and right out of
his shoes. police tracked down and arrested the 21-year-old who they say was driving drunk that officer will be okay. black lives matter does -- they don't think that their message is getting across. >> what do we want? dead cops, when do we want them? now! >> well, it seems pretty clear, but despite many protests that have turned into violent riot across the country, leaders in north carolina say they are misunderstood. >> i think the presumption is within black lives matter -- that the black lives matter is exclusively. that's not what we're saying. we're saying based on our experiences in this country, we all need a reminder that we're all part of all life. >> they want to be more involved in education and the community and those are a look at your headlines. back to you, brian, ainsley and steve. >> thank you very much, heather. coming up, a mother hauled off to jail for leaving her children home alone. the kids are 8 and 9 years old. does the punishment fit the crime? your comments are coming up
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all right. some quick baseball headlines right now. let's start, a pitcher's wild throw takes out a tv camera. >> we're not going to let that happen again. >> thanks, mexico. that ball thrown by mexico little leaguer victor juarez during the little league world series slipping under the catcher's glove and shattering
the lens. and the pitcher making defense look easy, person. >> the wind and the 1-1. swing and a broken bat, back to scherzer. he caught it between his legs. >> the nationals matt scherz scherzer -- by the way scherzer, an incredible in between the legs catch, the hitter is gone. there you go. no one is talking about the fact that the mets won the series over the cardinals. i guess in st. louis -- >> i'll tell you why, because they're talking about this story. there's a mom in rehoboth beach she was on vacation with her kids. an 8 and a 9-year-old. she went out for 45 minutes, went out the pick up food and left the kids at home. >> if they were just in the house that would be one thing. because kids, you know, even if they're 8 or 9 they can take care of themselves. but the kids went out in the street and they were chasing a dog and the dog was chasing them. and one of neighbors called the cops and said, hey, there's some
little kids out in the street. which is kind of a problem. when she got home, she got arrested. she posted a $500 bond and people are saying, was it appropriate that this family while on vacation -- she went to the nearby restaurant -- >> five miles. >> she went out to get some food, she was gone for more than half an hour. what do you think? is it right that they would arrest her? >> what do you think, 8 and 9-year-old -- >> reed said this, wow, 45 minutes? when i was 8 years old i wouldn't have noticed my mom was gone for that long. >> mary says 8 and 9, overnight would not be gone. i don't think 45 minutes is a problem. nosey neighbor issue. >> i think the neighbor was concerned that the kids were in the street. >> i would never have called the cops. >> i would have said, kids, get out of the street, where's your mom? >> ed says my 9-year-old helps me mow the lawn. am i breaking child labor laws?
#big government, big problem. >> you know what? though thank you so much for all of those comments. they're pouring in. as a mother now, i don't know if i would -- third grade that's really young. i did go home by myself in fourth grade. >> i walked home in kindergarten, of course those were the 1930s. >> tumbleweeds. >> things have changed. >> henry ford was working on the model t. >> just crank it! >> we now have light bulbs. anyway, i agree with you. i think the kids should have been inside. they're on vacation. >> out in the street that's a problem. >> unless it turns out there's a big pattern the kids going wild when the mom isn't gone. i don't call the cops, that's just me. and in the meantime, you know her for hits like this. ♪ ♪ only in my dreams >> let's all sing along.
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>> debbie, this lady knows every word. even the background. >> she's been to the last six shows around the country. i have die hard fans called deb heads. >> go to the "after the show show" because we'll be talking to her and she'll be singing again. >> have a great weekend. martha: the trump campaign firing back after hillary clinton wrapped him and his supporters as racist. leland: tgif. nice to be with you. i'm leland vittert in for bill hemmer. hillary clinton says he's spreading a racist philosophy. >> donald trump has built his campaign and prejudice and paranoia. he's taking hate groups